Working paper Open Access
McMahon Gráinne; Percy-Smith Barry; Thomas Nigel; Bečević Zulmir; Liljeholm Hansson Susanne; Forkby Torbjörn
Aiming at contributing to a better understanding of the current developments, paradoxes and ways to deal with youth political participation in Europe, the main research question of the PARTISPACE project is:
How and where do 15- to 30 year-old young people participate differently across social milieus and youth cultural scenes and across eight European cities (framed by different national welfare, education and youth policies)?
As part of a proper work package (see Partispace proposal), Action research have been conducted in order to involve young people in local, city-based action research (AR) projects by encouraging and assisting them in carrying out their own research, developing ‘products’, and co-analysing findings.
In relation to this research question, this report was intended to evaluate action research processes and methods though the 18 action research project conducted during the Partispace study.
PARTISPACE_Young peoples participation learning from action research in eight European cities_zenodo.pdf